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Thanks to its strategic location near the entrance to the straits of Malacca and the Malay peninsula, Singapore was already inhabited in ancient times. However, it did not develop into a significant city until the time of British colonialism...
Western diner and bar
Hog's Breath Cafe is a ”no nonsense” western grill-house and resto-pub, serving generous portions of real food. There is also a nice bar and Alfresco dinning.
Harry's is a popular Jazz bar, facing the Singapore River, with pleasant ambience and a decent crowd of mostly white collar chaps and tourists. The bar upstairs is more stylish, with nice views over the river.
This lovely Clarke Quay Bar & Restaurant boasts an impressive selection of more than 200 fine single-malt whiskies and a "Scottish-inspired" cuisine...
Young, good looking girls in minimalist attire serve generous helpings of delicious, calories-loaded American food... Other than the food, there are also plenty of live shows and social games...
Located at the famous Golden Mile Food Centre, this small food-stall serves some scrumptious Indo-Muslim Briyanis and Southeast Asian delicacies...
This stall specializes in Teochew style, sweet glutinous rice dumplings, with various fillings